Dramatic - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |drəˈmætɪk|  American pronunciation of the word dramatic
Brit.  |drəˈmatɪk|  British pronunciation of the word dramatic


- sensational in appearance or thrilling in effect(syn: spectacular, striking)

a dramatic sunset
a dramatic pause


His parents noticed a dramatic change in his behavior.

There was a dramatic increase in prices.

The book tells the dramatic story of her battle with cancer.

She made a dramatic entrance wearing a bright red dress.

There was a dramatic pause before his big announcement.

The painter used dramatic colors.

They are members of the local dramatic society.

Royal Academy of Dramatic Art

Computers have brought dramatic changes to the workplace.

Universities have suffered a dramatic drop in student numbers.

A serious accident can have a dramatic effect on your family's finances.

A superb goal by Owen earned United a dramatic victory yesterday.

Some of the most dramatic events in American history happened here.

She needed a stunning dress to help her make a dramatic entrance.

Tristan threw up his hands in a dramatic gesture.

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